This is the Soundtrack of Adoria - the Lucid Winter Wonderland.
Winter reigns over the Northern Hemisphere, and Nagual Art celebrates in cold ambient beauty. Sound travels far in the frigid air, bringing wisps of voices and the woodsmoke scent of deep dreaming.
2 - Enter Adoria (I & II)
See also MusicBrainz (release group); MusicBrainz (release);
7 - Der freundliche Kleine
Adoria - produced by Volador in 2006/07
Artwork by Dravidian A. Ageran (www.dasnachtmahrprojekt.de)
Guest: Hermann Voges, countertenor on "Schneezauber"
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September 3, 2009
I love your works
April 5, 2008
Beyond this world
These brilliant soundscapes are filling any emptiness with a cold, yet ultmiatively inspiring room. Oviously arising out of a deeper knowledge of "all that is" - these ambient masterpieces are perfect for any mindwork, relaxation and attempts of answering the question "is there nothing more?". Yes - there is. You´ll find out by listening to Adoria.
Absolutely overwhelming while still being gentle at any time, these tunes will definately stay with me a long time.
The music is for sure not suitable for every situation since the strong mythical-sounding structures of the sensitive crafted tunes should be savourd in an appropriate state of mind or even sensual mood.
But as soon as you allow yourself to calm down a bit, these soundtrack-like compositions of unconcious and concious thoughts will instantly beam the listener to a completely different world.
Calm, wise - sometimes a bit scary - it strongly reminds me partially on the soundtrack of "2001 - a space odyssey" but much easier accesible than the music of kubrick´s allegory.
the rather scarcely and minimalistic intrumentation leaves enough room for oneself to discover the world that lies within the music itself. Unphilosophically spoken: You can instantly sink into the vast and wide areas of sound and noises; bells and little melodies. Rather more unphilosophically spoken: Listen, fell good and discover yourself.
(in no way related to Adoria. Maybe we just had the same idea, some years ago :-) )